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The world's first sculpture of a woman cricketer
Australian cricket legend Belinda Clark AO has been immortalised in bronze, with the Sydney Cricket Ground unveiling the worl
5 January 2023 by IdeaSpies

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Empowering refugees to build-discover and fully utilize their own abilities
Youth in Uganda are the youngest population in the world, with 77% of its population being under 25 years of age. With an 83% unemployment rate, Uganda is hosting over 1.500,000 refugees. Yinnoh is a registered Ugandan NGO empowering marginalized youth and refugees to discover and tackle their untapped potential. Yinnoh provides them with access to trusted and empowering learning materials for skills development and the unique opportunity self-discovering of their talents. Yinnoh - where young people in Uganda start their own social enterprises and businesses that propel them towards self-reliance and economic contribution to their host communities. https://www.facebook.com/YINNOH/
4 January 2023 by David Hauser...

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Spain approves divisive transgender bill
Spain has passed a transgender rights bill allowing anyone aged 16 or over to change gender on their ID card.It was approved by 188 votes for and 150 against, and now moves to the Senate for final approval.The change has been pursued by the left-wing Podemos party, part of a coalition government with the Socialist party of Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-64069974
27 December 2022 by Marcus Gordon

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Trans Actor Angelica Ross To Make History On Broadway
In September 2022, “Pose” star Angelica Ross stepped onstage in Hart’s high heels, becoming the first openly transgender woman to play a leading part on Broadway.https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trans-actor-angelica-ross-to-make-history-on-broadway_n_631a33d5e4b046aa023297ee
27 December 2022 by Marcus Gordon

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Scottish government hails ‘historic day’ as MSPs pass gender recognition bill
The Scottish government has hailed a “historic day for equality” after MSPs approved plans to make it easier and less intrusive for individuals to legally change their gender, extending the new system of self-identification to 16- and 17-year-olds for the first time.https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/dec/22/scotland-passes-bill-making-it-easier-for-people-to-legally-change-gender
27 December 2022 by Marcus Gordon

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1st Black woman to lead Harvard
Dr. Claudine Gay has been named as the next president of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  She has been the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences there and expresses great love and enthusiasm for the school in speaking about her new assignment.  https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2022/12/claudine-gay-details-her-own-past-at-harvard-plans-for-future/
18 December 2022 by Sabra Brock